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The Garden Bay Timber Frame Design

This ocean view home received a major renovation over the past couple years. From an enclosed entryway, separate living and kitchen spaces, to an open concept entry, kitchen, dining and living space with vaulted ceilings and a magnificent view. Previously, the outdoor deck and patio was an uninviting space, now it is a space that can be enjoyed all year round with the added covered deck, and revamped covered patio.

Design Features:

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Open Concept Kitchen, Dining & Living
  • Large Covered Deck
  • Tons of Storage
  • 2 Car Carport
  • Workshop
  • 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Suite
  • Walk Out Covered Patio

The Alberta Ranch Post & Beam Design

Design Features

  • 4,041 sq.ft.
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2.5 bathrooms
  • Open concept
  • 2 offices
  • Loft
  • Covered deck
  • Covered entry
  • 3 car garage

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The Sunset Terrace Post & Beam Design

Design Features

  • Covered entry
  • Open concept kitchen, dining and living
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Pantry
  • Wood burning stove

The Grays Timber Frame Residence

Design Features:

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3.5 Bathrooms
  • A large master en-suite bathroom
  • A junior master bedroom
  • Open concept kitchen, living and dining
  • A mudroom with ski storage
  • A laundry room
  • 2 Large covered decks
  • 2 Car tandem garage
  • 1 Bedroom 1 bathroom suite

Modified Roosevelt Log Home Design

This is an interesting and compact main-level plan and a great master suite layout. The upper level is excellent too, and the covered bedroom balcony is well done.” Robert Pernell

This timber frame plan design has tremendous character, from the unique double strut trusses and flared log posts to the large window configuration over the kitchen sink. The kitchen window adds an abundance of additional light, allowing you to grow herbs and plants on the large, widened windowsill.

The kitchen provides plenty of counter and prep space along with a curved island/eating bar. The openness allows you to prepare diner for your guest while continuing to entertain and be a part of the action.

The semicircle space off the kitchen incorporating the dining room, adds a dynamic interior space. This space also adds tremendous character to the exterior and allows for a premium amount of glass and additional access to the patio. The large covered/exposed patio off the dining room, living room and master bedroom acts as a great extension of the interior space. Open the double French doors off the great room or master suite and enjoy the outdoors.

The substantial master suite contains a walk in closet and a sitting area perfect for curling up and indulging in a good book. There is also a generous ensuite with a double shower and rare corner window for the soaker tub.

The second floor has a convertible loft currently designed as a loft/study combo. This floor also contains two spacious guest rooms or kids’ rooms, which share a large covered deck once again accessed by double French doors. This floor has lots of extra storage room in the low headroom areas.

This home is packed full of extras, yet maintains a simple, open plan concept.

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Location: Abbotsford, BC
Size: 2500 sq.ft.
Scope of Work: Architectural
Awards:

  • Winner of the 2006 Log Home Living’s Top 10 Floor Plans

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Modified Ruby Lake Log Home Design

The Ruby Lake truly is a gem and by far our most popular plan. This two story home immediately meets you with expansive views and spacious living. The spacious living room layout promotes conversation and interaction in every space, while allowing family and guests alike to enjoy the magnificent view. The L-shaped kitchen provides plenty of counter space along with a good-sized island that has views on three sides, including a clear view of the massive double-sided fireplace.

Efficiency is the cornerstone of the Ruby Lake. Carefully placed shelved-wall niches adorn the bedrooms and add visually interesting elements throughout the space right up to and including the spiral stairs. The subdued placement of the stacked washer and dryer allow for more room in the bathroom, while staying tidy and out of sight. The doubled sided fireplace allows for two separate fires to be going with just one flue. This comfort extenuates the Ruby Lake’s ability to take living outside. Hideaways are created throughout the house and even on the deck. The covered deck creates a perfect haven to enjoy the outdoors even during inclement weather. The sun deck atop the master bedroom fashions relaxing afternoons sunbathing while evenings can be spent snuggled up with a loved one underneath the glittering sky.

The Ruby Lake is a well planned, efficient home that utilizes space efficiently while taking advantage of the picturesque landscape.

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Location: Ruby Lake, Sunshine Coast, BC
Size: 1,645 sq.ft.
Scope of Work: Architectural
Awards:

  • Winner 2008 Log Home Living’s Magazine’s Top 10 Design Contest.
  • Affordable Log Homes Magazine’s 15 Top Designs under 2,500 sq.ft
  • Georgie Awards Finalist- Single Family Detached Home <2,000 sq.ft

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The Sunny Valley Log Home Design

Design Features

  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Open concept kitchen, living and dining
  • Industrial kitchen
  • Walk in pantry
  • A mudroom with lots of storage
  • Large rec room
  • Gun storage
  • A hot tub room

The Arboretum Post & Beam Design

The Township of Langley and the Rotary Club of Langley created a partnership which led to the development of the Rotary Interpretive Centre at the Derek Doubleday Arboretum park located along the Fraser Highway in Langley, B.C. We teamed up with Artisan Log & Timber Homes, not to mention all of the volunteers and generous donations, which made this project a success. The Rotary Interpretive Centre showcases sustainable energy with the living green roof and solar panels on the roof while striving to inform people of the cultural and environmental uses for plants.

Design Features:

  • Large Cedar Flares
  • Large Foyer
  • Open Timber Staircase
  • A Spacious Lounge & Coffee Bar
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • A Large Loft For Office & Storage Space
  • A Living Green Roof
  • Solar Powered Roof

 

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Sandpiper Post & Beam Cabin Designs

We teamed up with Artisan Log & Timber Homes and Lacey Construction Ltd. to design and build these custom post and beam cabins for the Sandpiper Gold Course in Harrison Hot Springs. These array of cabins are to create a small village feel, with a clubhouse and restaurant within walking distance. We are proud to announce that these beautiful cabins have been Built Green Bronze certified! To book a stay, visit https://rowenasinnontheriver.com/luxury-cottages/

Design Features:

Twin Eagles Post & Beam Cabin 1 (700 sq.ft.)

  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • Open concept kitchen, dining and living
  • A gas fireplace
  • A large front deck

 

Twin Eagles Post & Beam Cabin 2 (700 sq.ft.)

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Open concept kitchen, dining and living
  • A gas fireplace
  • A large front deck

 

Sasquatch Post & Beam Cabin (1,400 sq.ft.)

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • A separate front entry
  • A wood stove
  • A small loft for storage
  • A large front deck

 

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